Mini Spinach Artichoke Pizzas

Red meat and I have always been really good friends. In my teens a nice juicy t-bone was my mom’s go to meal for me when she fixed something I absolutely wouldn’t eat. As I’ve got older, I’ve realized that red meat is better eaten as an every once in a while treat, not a regular main dish. As the section of my plate reserved for meat has gotten smaller and smaller I’ve been looking for more meatless meals – good meatless meals. These pizzsa fall into that category. This recipe caught my attention while I was in the produce section of Publix. It was originally written as one large pizza but that would be way too much for me. I switched out the large pizza crust for Arnold’s Sandwich Thins so I could make little individual pizzas. It would work with naan, tortillas, or english muffins. The cheesy spinach mix keeps in the fridge for a few days so you can make one whenever you want. Not in the mood for pizza? This filling makes a pretty good dip. Pop it in the oven at 375 degrees until it starts to bubble around the edges. Add a couple tablespoons of pico de gallo or salsa and you have a spicy mexican spinach dip. Also you can subsitute a box of thawed and well drained frozen spinach if you like.

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  • these sound delicious + i love those sandwich thins – use ’em almost every day. thanks for sharing a great recipe!

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